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AADL Talks To: Stephen Cain, Award-Winning Investigative Reporter for the Ann Arbor News

Stephen Cain
Stephen Cain

In this episode, AADL Talks To Stephen Cain. Stephen, now retired, was an award-winning investigative journalist for the Detroit News, Ypsilanti Press, and Ann Arbor News. His stories from his fascinating career in southeast Michigan include hair-raising undercover operations; exposing corruption in the newspaper, labor, and criminal justice system; reversing wrongful death row convictions, and inspiring sweeping changes in the health industry. Stephen also talks about some of the changes he's seen in Ann Arbor over the years and the loss of the city's original Ann Arbor News. Stephen’s recent book "Relentless: The Making of an Investigative Reporter,” is available in hardcover and softcover from Amazon.com, or locally at Schuler Books in Ann Arbor's Westgate Shopping Center. For a signed copy, e-mail the author at Cains1001@bellsouth.net.

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Linda Diane Feldt (and Aisling)

Video extra from the feature-length documentary Welcome to Commie High from 7 Cylinders Studio.

Lyubov Kovalevskaya, Ukrainian Journalist, Speaks At The University Of Michigan's Residential College, October 1991 Photographer: Colleen Fitzgerald

Lyubov Kovalevskaya, Ukrainian Journalist, Speaks At The University Of Michigan's Residential College, October 1991 image
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1991
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Ann Arbor News, October 25, 1991
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Lyubov Kovalevskaya, the Ukrainian journalist who wrote about unsafe conditions at Chernobyl a month before the disaster, spoke in Ann Arbor Thursday evening.